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Why don’t fighting games have an online practice mode?
Monday, 1 Feb, 2010 – 9:00 | 8 Comments
Why don’t fighting games have an online practice mode?

Every major fighting game released this generation has an online feature with the exception of Virtua Fighter 5 on the PS3. Two player battles are pretty much guaranteed and that’s really all you get. Even if a game has multiple modes to play, they won’t be online enabled.

With the recent resurgence of the fighting game genre, one would think that an online training mode would have been done by now.

From the creators of BlazBlue comes Battle Fantasia
Monday, 13 Jul, 2009 – 21:49 | One Comment
From the creators of BlazBlue comes Battle Fantasia

If you haven’t noticed 2D fighters are currently in. From the highly successful Street Fighter IV, the recently released BlazBlue, and the upcoming King of Fighters XII, it looks like fans can’t get enough of them.

Announced for the PSN, Aksys Games brings us yet another 2D fighter; Battle Fantasia. Set in a magical world filled with light and dark, heroes fight in an endless struggle between the two. What sets the game apart from all other fighters is its unique RPG elements.